Clay mask


Beauty masks have been used in ancient times. Clay, as a medicine, is already mentioned in ancient Rome since 60 BC, while Aristotle, the father of modern medicine, tried to eat soil or clay because of their healing properties.


Clay is the main ingredient in most masks because it absorbs the impurities of the skin and helps to treat it. Its use is soothing and healing. 

Clay mask benefits

Clay extracts the toxicity from our body and skin. In particular, they can effectively remove heavy metals from the epidermis, such as mercury, cadmium, lead and benzene, as well as other environmental pollutants and eliminate them from the body tissues.
Its properties: 
  • antibacterial (it treats eczema, dermatitis and psoriasis)
  • antioxidant
  • cleanser
  •  provides protection (it reduces the pores of the epidermis by preventing external impurities from penetrating into the body)
  • oxygenates the cells
  • regulates the production of sebum
  • makes skin gentle and shiny
  • revitalizes
  • improves skin tone

Green Clay Mask & Pink Clay Mask

Apeiranthos natural skincare uses clay in several of its products, such as Green Clay Mask and Pink Clay Mask. Give them a try!

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